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Computers in Fiction
fictional computing in the 20th century

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Asimov, Isaac; Greenberg, Martin H.; Waugh, Charles G. (eds.) Those amazing electronic thinking Machines!


Introduction Isaac Asimov
Sally Isaac Asimov Fantastic May/Jun ’53
Full Circle H. B. Hickey Fantastic Sum ’52
To Avenge Man Lester del Rey Galaxy Dec ’64
Prototaph Keith Laumer Analog Mar ’66
Dial “F” for Frankenstein Arthur C. Clarke Playboy Jan ’65
The Other Side [“Eternal Earthling”] Walter Kubilius Super Science Stories Apr ’51
Computers Don’t Argue Gordon R. Dickson Analog Sep ’65
Placement Test Keith Laumer Amazing Jul ’64
Answer Fredric Brown Angels and Spaceships, Dutton, 1954

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